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Kintegra is proud of its GOLD status designation as an Advocacy Center of Excellence (ACE).
The National Association of Community Health Centers defines an Advocacy Center of Excellence (ACE) as a Health Center or Primary Care Association that creates a culture of advocacy to ensure that policy makers at all levels of government commit to investing in affordable, equitable, and innovative care that health centers provide.
ACE levels recognize consistent engagement, success, and demonstrated ongoing commitment to making advocacy an organizational priority. ACEs are actively engaged and involved with NACHC and federal policy issues, as well as their state Primary Care Association and key state and local-level policy issues impacting health centers and their patients. There are three levels of ACEs – Bronze, Silver, and Gold, with each designation valid for two years. Kintegra’s current GOLD status is valid through December 2023.
The NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) certification recognized the use of evidence-based, patient-centered processes that focus on highly coordinated care and long-term, participative relationships.
Kintegra’s PCMH recognition includes a Distinction in Behavioral Health Integration.
We are proud of this recognition at the following locations:
Click on the links below for an informational booklet about Kintegra and Patient Centered Medical Home
PCMH Brochure English (Aug 2022)
Kintegra is proud to receive the following HRSA Community Health Center Quality Recognition (CHCQR) awards for Program Year 2021.
The images shown above represent the HRSA Quality Badges awarded in 2022 for the 2021 UDS reporting period.
Below are definitions and criteria for the awards.
For full definitions of Award Criteria:
Community Health Quality Recognition (CHQR) Badges | Bureau of Primary Health Care (hrsa.gov)
Kintegra Health is proud to be among this year’s recipients of this year’s 80% In Every Community National Achievement Award.
The American Cancer Society National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable (ACS NCCRT), founded in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), honored five organizations for their exceptional work to increase colorectal cancer screening rates across the U.S. with the 2023
Colorectal cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death in both men and women in the U.S. While screenings for colorectal cancer are an important step in saving lives, only 59% of adults aged 45 years and older are up to date with screenings
The 80% in Every Community National Achievement Awards is a program designed to recognize individuals and organizations who are dedicating their time, talent and expertise to advancing needed initiatives that support the shared goal to reach colorectal screening rates of 80% and higher in communities across the nation. The awards include one grand prize winner and four other honorees, each of whom receives a monetary award to support continued efforts to increase colorectal cancer screenings.
In addition to Kintegra Health, this year’s awardees are: CommUnityCare Health Centers & Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX; Colorado Cancer Screening Program, Denver, CO; Ohio Association of Community Health Centers, Columbus, Ohio; and Virginia Mason Franciscan Health, Seattle, WA.
For more information about this important work and the 80% in Every Community Award, visit:
Share the webcast replay and slides are now available in the NCCRT Resource Center: https://nccrt.org/resource-center/